INDICATED FOR ILIAC ARTERIES1
The Dynamic balloon expandable stent system is ndicated for the treatment of de novo restenotic or atherosclerotic lesions in the external iliac artery, through a 6F introducer sheath.2 The proBIO-coated Dynamic stent features state-of-the-art trackability and stent flexibility
- Helical stent design for optimal stent flexibility
- Trusted delivery system for state of the art trackability
- Improved stent surface biocompatibility3
Flexible Stent Design for the Iliac Artery
- The helical stent design provides optimal flexibility, respecting vessel movement
- Peak-to-valley design avoids the fish-scaling effect optimising stent scaffolding
State of the Art Trackability
- The dynamic delivery system offers excellent trackability.
Improved Stent Surface Biocompatibility3
- The proprietary proBIO stent coating provides a barrier against metal ion release. This results in a reduction in platelet activation and encourages a continuous endothelial layer to form on its surface. The amorphous silicon carbide coating therefore provides an improved biocompatible stent surface.
Smooth Tapered Tip
- Dynamic has a coloured tip for better tip visibility, promoting easy guide wire insertion. The smooth tapered tip design facilitates gentle trackability in tortuous anatomies.
||160 μm (ø 5.0 - 8.0 mm)
180 μm (ø 9.0 - 10.0 mm)
||proBIO (amorphous silicon carbide)
||ø 5.0 - 10.0 mm; L: 15 - 25 - 38 - 56 mm
|Recommended guide wire||0.035"|
||Soft, short, tapered, colored|
||2 swaged markers
||5 F, hydrophobic coating, dual-lumen|
|Usable length||80 and 130 cm (ø 5.0 - 8.0 mm)|
|Markers||2 swaged markers|
|Guide wire lumen
|Nominal pressure (NP)||9 atm
|Rated burst pressure (RBP)||15 atm (ø 5.0 - 8.0 mm)
13 atm (ø 9.0 - 10.0 mm)
1 Not TGA approved for use within common iliac arteries.
2 Dynamic 10 mm diameter stents are 7F introducer sheath compatible.
3 Rzany A, Schaldach M. Smart Material Silicon Carbide: Reduced Activation of Cells and Proteins on a-SiC:H-coated Stainless Steel. Progress in Biomedical Research 2001; May: 182-194.